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Rachel Pacheco    

Author of "Bringing Up the Boss: Practical Lessons for New Managers"

Rachel Pacheco teaches Management in Education in the Education Entrepreneurship master’s program. Rachel also serves as a Management and Marketing instructor at the Wharton School.

She comes to the Graduate School of Education with 15 years of experience in the strategic management field, spanning both academia and practitioner roles.

Pacheco was the Chief People Officer for Oxeon Partners where she led all strategic talent initiatives across Oxeon Holdings’ various service and investment businesses. She also served as the President of Oxeon Partners’ Organizational Design firm, providing growth-oriented strategic human capital services to a range of healthcare technology companies.

Previously, Pacheco was an Executive Director at the JPMorgan Chase Institute, a global think tank that uses proprietary data to develop economic insights for the public good. Prior to the Institute, she worked in management consulting, where she consulted across a range of sectors including government reforms in Kazakhstan with Tony Blair Associates, climate financing in Indonesia, and leadership and capabilities training for executives in the US. For five years she worked for the Monitor Group where she led projects focused on education reform and vocational training, including conducting a multi-year project on K-12 education reform for six cities in Saudi Arabia.

Pacheco is pursuing a doctorate in Strategy and Multinational Management from the Wharton School, where her research focuses on political and social risk in emerging markets. She holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.


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